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Bolton plans to fire dozens of White House officials: Report
John Bolton, US President Donald Trump’s incoming hawkish national security adviser, is reportedly planning a massive dismissal of staff at the National Security Council, aiming to remove dozens of White House officials.
GOPer warns of Trump anti-JCPOA move in gesture to Europe
A top Republican senator is warning of US President Donald Trump’s “likely” decision to quit the Iran nuclear deal, suggesting that Europeans are to blame.
EU risks anti-Iran move under US pressure: Int'l lawyer
A prominent law expert from Geneva's Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies Europe has alerted over reports of EU's proposing fresh sanctions on Iran to please US President Donald Trump.
Time to end Mueller Probe into Trump-Russia ties: Trump’s Lawyer
US President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer, John Dowd, says the time has come for special counsel Robber Mueller to end his investigation into alleged collusion between Trump and Russia.
Putin ‘has something’ compromising on Trump: US journalist
Russian President Vladimir Putin does not like Donald Trump and he ‘has something’ on the US president which is the reason why Trump speaks so highly of him, an American journalist said.
Trump Organization, Kushner Companies in talks for hotel business deal
The Trump Organization has reportedly been in talks with the family company of US President Donald Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner for a potential business deal around the construction of an oceanfront property in northeast state of New Jersey.
IAEA Chief: Collapse of Iran nuclear deal would be 'great loss'
Any collapse of the 2015 nuclear deal between Iran and major powers would be a “great loss”, the head of the UN atomic agency policing the accord said on Monday, alluding to a US threat to pull out of it.
Trump suggests US should have 'president for life' like China
US President Donald Trump has praised Chinese President Xi Jinping after the ruling Communist Party reportedly declared plans to eliminate a two-term limit for the presidency, paving the way for Xi to serve indefinitely.
Mueller accuses Manafort of secretly paying $2.5m to EU politicians
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has issued a new indictment against Paul Manafort, accusing US President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman of secretly paying $2.5 million to former European politicians to lobby on behalf of Ukraine.
Trump lawyer admits he paid $130,000 to adult film actress
US President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer confirmed he paid $130,000 to an adult film actress who allegedly had a sexual relationship with the president.
Trump mistaken about Iran nuclear deal: Russian expert
US President Donald Trump is making a mistake regarding the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), better known as the Iran nuclear deal, said a Russian international affairs expert on Wednesday adding that Trump' rhetoric cannot bully Iran.
Police: Trump Jr.'s wife taken to hospital after opening letter with white powder
Vanessa Trump has been seen by doctors as a precaution, law enforcement and city officials said.
US discussing no ‘annexation plan’ with Israel despite Netanyahu’s claim
The United States dismisses claims by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that Washington and Tel Aviv are in talks for ‘annexation’ of Palestinian lands, grabbed by the regime for construction of settlements.
Spend Afghan war money at home: Paul to Trump
US Republican Senator Rand Paul has called on President Donald Trump to scrap his plans for extending years-long American military presence in Afghanistan and spend the Afghan War funding at home instead.
Republican, Democratic senators question Trump’s Afghan strategy
Republican and Democratic senators have grilled Trump administration officials about the war in Afghanistan, saying American taxpayers’ money is being wasted on a failed war.

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